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Rahul Dravid scored his 36th Test century and his fifth of the calendar year. Only Ricky Ponting, Jacques Kallis and Sachin Tendulkar are above Dravid on the list of highest Test centurions. Dravid scored five hundreds in a year for the second time in his career. The previous year when he scored five centuries was 2002, He went past Ian Bell to become the highest run-getter in 2011. Bell, however took eight innings fewer than Dravid. Dravid's hundred is also his fourth at Eden Gardens bringing him joint-second with VVS Laxman on the list of highest century-getters at the venue. Mohammad Azharuddin is on top with five centuries in seven matches. In the Indian innings, there were fifty-plus stands for each of the first four wickets. This was only the fourth such instance for India in Tests against West Indies. With their 12th century stand, Laxman and Dravid moved joint-second on the list of Indian batting pairs with the most century partnerships. Dravid and Sachin Tendulkar are on top with 19 hundred stands.